Kyle Sherwin, DO (he/him), is from St. George, UT and he earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Utah. He earned his medical degree from the Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. While in medical school, Kyle completed an osteopathic fellowship during which he spent additional time training in the osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM) clinic, completing research and service projects, and teaching OMM to junior medical students. He was also involved in various mental health outreach events on campus, and he founded a resiliency forum that provided students a place to discuss ideas on building and maintaining resiliency throughout medical school. Kyle is drawn to family medicine because he is committed to providing the human connection patients need to achieve their healthcare goals. He also loves the breadth of care offered which allows him to care for patients in a variety of ways and tailor care to each individual need. Kyle relaxes by playing sports, exercising, cooking, reading, studying philosophy, and playing along with Jeopardy!.